By Bimal K. Matilal (auth.), Bimal Krishna Matilal, Jaysankar Lal Shaw (eds.)
We are thankful to the authors who wrote papers especially for this quantity and kindly gave their permission for printing them jointly. None of those papers seemed at any place sooner than. Our particular thank you are as a result of the first six authors who kindly spoke back to our request and agreed to affix this new enterprise which we're calling 'comparative point of view' in ana lytical philosophy. within the introductory essay definite salient issues from each one paper were famous simply to teach how 'com parative standpoint' could upload to, and be built-in with, mod ern philosophical dialogue within the analytic culture. desire much less to claim, any mistake, attainable mis-attribution or misrepresentation of the perspectives of the unique authors of the papers (appearing within the acknowledged introductory essay) is fullyyt the accountability of the writer of that essay. the writer apologizes if there was such accidental misrepresenta tion and insists that the readers may still rely on the orig inal papers themselves for his or her personal knowing. For typo graphical difficulties it has no longer regularly been attainable to exploit the symbols initially utilized by the authors, yet care has been taken to exploit the right kind replacement for every of them. Bimal okay. Matilal ANALYTICAL PHILOSOPHY IN COMPARATIVE viewpoint: AN creation 1. the purpose of this quantity is to increase the horizon of philosophi cal research because it is practiced today.
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The paper is self-contained but I suspect that a better appreciation of what is going on will be aided by a careful reading of Skyrms' paper. , [16) will help in the later sections. I would like to thank Steve Boer who drew my attention to the Skyrms article when he was in Wellington in July and August of 1979. 1. SKYRMS' RESULT In this section I will set out Skyrms' result for S5 and prove it in a form which will allow easy generalization to my principal theorems.! We begin with a language Lo [14, p.
He calls it an aggressive hearer's attitude, and he further speculates that the old emphasis on the speaker's attitude as well as on the so-called individual freedom is still visible in this new trend. This does not coincide, therefore, with the old Indian passive acceptance and understanding of the GIVEN, of the Nature. Rather, it is an active suppression of the freedom of thought (lest it becomes unfounded speculation or wild imagination)--a freedom that paradoxically binds itself to Nature, the given, the matter.
MATILAL from the implicit or explicit context of a sentence). g. "Bring a cow"). Hence whatever the words designate must always be overtly or covertly related to other things designated by other words which figure in the composition of the sentence. Mere juxtapostion of two or more words, if they designate only isolated meanings, cannot give rise to our awareness of a WHOLE, a connected fact, where components are interrelated, and blend together as one. Hence the Prabhakara argues that 'relatedness' cannot be severed from what a word designates.
Analytical Philosophy in Comparative Perspective: Exploratory Essays in Current Theories and Classical Indian Theories of Meaning and Reference by Bimal K. Matilal (auth.), Bimal Krishna Matilal, Jaysankar Lal Shaw (eds.)